On 13 November 2008, Gary Kreep filed a Writ of Mandate on behalf of Alan Keyes. This was filed in Sacramento County Superior Court against California Secretary of State Debra Bowen. (Case # 34-2008-80000096-CUWMGDS)
There's a few things notable about this case. One was that it was, for the most part, a word for word duplicate of Philip Berg's cases, and was aimed against the Secretary of State for California for not "vetting" Barack Obama before the election.
Another was that Gary Kreep, on the request of co-Plaintiff Wiley Drake, took on an assistant attorney in this case, a little known dentist and former AIPAC delegate with a law degree from an on-line law school, one Dr. Orly Taitz.
It was a decision both Kreep and Drake would later come to regret.
The case was dismissed on 4 May 2009, with costs in the amount of $1390 accessed against the plaintiffs. The decision was appealed on 8 July 2009. (Case #C062321) At this time Dr. Orly Taitz was dropped from the case.
The court ruled on 25 October 2010 that the decision was upheld. That decision was appealed to the California Supreme Court for review on 6 December 2010.
The California Supreme Court denied the petition for review on 2 February 2011. A petition for a writ of certiorari was filed with the US Supreme Court on 2 May 2011. (Case #10-1351)
On 15 June 2011 it was distributed for Conference on 26 September 2011.
On 27 September 2011 orders in pending for the US Supreme Court were issued (PDF here) Keyes v Bowen does not appear on the granted list.
At this point, it can be safely assumed that Keyes v Bowen is dead after almost three years of stinking up the court system.